A

**differential equation**is a mathematical**equation**that relates some function with its derivatives. In applications, the functions usually represent physical quantities, the derivatives represent their rates of change, and the**equation**defines a relationship between the two.What is differential equation with example?

**Differential Equations**. A

**Differential Equation**is an

**equation**with a function and one or more of its derivatives:

**Example**: an

**equation**with the function y and its derivative dy/dx.

Why do we use differential equations?

The importance of a

**differential equation**as a technique for determining a function is that if**we**know the function and possibly some of its derivatives at a particular point, then this information, together with the**differential equation**, can be**used**to determine the function over its entire domain.What is order of differential equation?

The

**order**is the highest numbered derivative in the**equation**, while the degree is the highest power to which a derivative is raised. For example: y''+y'=y is a first degree second**order differential equation**, while (y')^2=y is a second degree first**order differential equation**.What are the different types of differentials?

**Different types**

- An open differential (OD) is the most common type. ...
- A limited slip differential (LSD) overcomes this problem. ...
- A locking differential (locker) is able to lock the two drive wheels on an axle together. ...
- A spool is an open differential in which the axles have been mechanically fastened together.
**for zoom in click on page below.**

## No comments:

## Post a Comment